Aug 22, 2018When your blasting stainless steel you often want to achieve a polished appearance as it can be a popular finish that is used for engine blocks or decorative steel. This guide will cover common blast media choices to achieve a satin finish on stainless steel and blast pot settings that are often used.(plate) Estimated Reading Time 2 mins3 Steps to Match a Stainless Steel Satin (#4) Finish How to do Satin Finish on Stainless Steel(steel) Level the weld. Using a Deerfos Bora9 Fibre Disc, 60 grit+, carefully remove the weld Sanding out the defects. There's 2 options for sanding out the defects depending on how Finishing. Attach a Combination Flap Wheel (available in wooden hubor spindle mount)to
May 13, 2015The best way to cut through the surface until recently has been with abrasive belts on a hand held satin polishing machine such as the Cibo Finimaster. Typically you would need to use either a P60 or P80 zirconia belt for this purpose and then refine the surface with either finer belts or wheels. Today there is a nother option. This exciting new product will not only cut through the skin consistently but it will also leave a consistent deep grained satin finish (plate)How to do Satin Finish on Stainless Steel(steel) Apr 05, 2017In my (limited) experience, very fine matte/satin finishes like this on stainless steel are more often obtained by glass bead blasting rather than with sanding/brushing or chemicals. But to get a consistent finish around the turned object, I think you would need to fixture it in a machine which rotates it (and possibly also indexes up and down).
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